LonghornRelax in traditional country luxury in this spacious and inviting Four Poster bedroom. Get away from the hustle and bustle and retreat to a comfy Queen size bed, cosy sheets and a crisply decorated en-suite bathroom. Furnished with traditional pine fittings and lovely Georgian sash windows with views towards the Malvern Hills, it has all the necessary facilities with tea, coffee and freshly baked biscuits provided. Longhorn is perfect for a comfortable, yet slightly decadent stay, whether it's a night, a weekend, or a whole week.
HerefordExpansive and comfortable, Hereford is ideal for families or guests who seek that little bit of extra space. Sleeping up to 4 people in a King size double, single and additional convertible single bed arrangement, the room is very generously sized and equipped. Featuring a roomy en-suite bathroom with full-size bath and stand alone bell shower, guests can relax in comfort both day and night.
AngusLight and airy, Angus is perfectly suited for couples seeking a weekend break or for single occupancy extended stays, with a traditional brass double bedstead and en-suite bathroom with shower. Enjoy a delicious cup of tea or coffee and freshly baked biscuits overlooking the farm's garden, and take in the views towards the Malvern Hills. Simply but pleasantly furnished, Angus has everything you need for a comfortable stay.
A warm welcome is always ensured from Rosemary and Nigel to their Georgian farmhouse Bed & Breakfast.
The farm is situated in 80 acres of grassland on the slopes of May Hill in a very quiet rural setting on the Herefordshire/Gloucestershire border with no traffic and wonderful views but with easy access to the A40 and M50. Wander through our 40 acres of woods, take a picnic and relax in a leafy glade at a suitably sited picnic table.
Walk up our track to May Hill where you have fantastic views over eight counties on a clear day. Meet our Longhorn cattle, sheep, horses, chickens, dogs, cats and two Alpacas named Jimi & Elton.
The farmhouse is an ideal location to explore the Wye Valley, the Forest of Dean, the Cotswolds and the Malvern Hills, all within a half hour drive. It is also very convenient for racing enthusiasts as it is equidistant from the racecourses at Cheltenham, Chepstow and Hereford.